L&I shall, upon the request of the Historical Commission, examine the buildings, structures, sites, and objects designated as historic by the Historical Commission and report to the Historical Commission on their physical condition.
- Conformity to Permit Requirements.
All work performed pursuant to the issuance of a building permit for the alteration or demolition of a building, structure, site, or object subject to the Historical Commission's review shall conform to the requirements of such permit. It shall be the duty of L&I to inspect from time to time any work performed pursuant to such building permit in order to ensure compliance. In the event that work is not being performed in accordance with the building permit requirements, L&I shall issue a stop work order and all work shall cease until the work is brought into conformity with the requirements of the building permit.
- Maintenance Requirement.
The exterior of every historic building, structure, and object and of every building, structure, and object located within a historic district, and every public interior portion of a building or structure, shall be kept in good repair as shall the interior portions of such buildings, structures, and objects, neglect of which may cause or tend to cause the historic portion to deteriorate, decay, become damaged, or otherwise fall into a state of disrepair.
- Ordinary Maintenance and Repair.
The provisions of this Chapter 14-1000 shall not be construed to prevent the ordinary maintenance or repair of any building, structure, site, or object where such work does not require a building permit by law and where the purpose and effect of such work is to correct any deterioration or decay of, or damage to, a building, structure, site, or object and to restore the same to its condition prior to the occurrence of such deterioration, decay, or damage.